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                   Saturday, September 8, 2007 - 11:19AM

Gabrielle update - 11:19AM

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The official NHC track of Gabrielle is trending further east as time goes on, and the storm's strength is expected to remain fairly steady during the next 24 hours. Gabrielle is still not an official tropical storm, and is having trouble making headway on that status with convection so far unable to wrap around the center of circulation.

In light of the uncertainty that Gabrielle will significantly strengthen and/or strike land, I'm holding off on definite plans for an Outer Banks intercept for now. Raleigh is a convenient base for the time being while we wait and see.

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